Is There a Steve Jobs in India’s Future?

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look at more info Samanth Subramanian of the New York Times Blog, India Ink, was in conversation with Aditya Dev Sood in the wake of Steve Jobs’ passing.

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liste de site de rencontre francais Subramanian’s outstanding account of that conversation along with other insights is here.